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Primary School of the Year

Greenacre Sports Partnership logoPrimary School of the Year - Sponsored by Greenacre Sports Partnership 

Awarded to the primary school that has improved the quality of its PE and School Sport delivery, increased participation and encouraged intra and inter-school competition. Judges will also take into account relative achievements in competitions including the Mini Youth Games, Medway Primary School Games, Kent School Games and national events during the judging period.  


Gold - Delce AcademyDelce Academy Primary School of the Year

Delce has a clear focus of improving PE in school, improving children's fitness and engagement with sport.

The school employs three full time sports teachers who provide high quality PE for all children in the school alongside a competitive programme of events and access to a wide range of clubs.


Silver - Horsted Primary School

Horsted Primary School’s has worked hard to improve both teaching and learning standards and has gone from bronze to gold in the School Games Award in three consecutive years. Pupils achieved the best finishing positions in Mini Youth Games competitions of any school in the Greenacre Sports Partnership and has enjoyed team and individual success at a local and county level. The school expects full participation in lessons with a focus on coaching and officiating leadership through Sports Crew training.  


Bronze - The Pilgrim School

A small, one-form-entry village school, The Pilgrim School has punched above its weight in competitions. The school finished sixth overall in the Mini Youth Games 2015-2016 series and won the Best Placed Small School trophy. Its girls’ table tennis team also won county and regional tournaments and qualified for the National School Team Championships. The school has also worked hard to develop its teaching of PE, including a focus on the science of how exercise impacts on strength and health.